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Chrissy Teigen Claps Back At TV Host's Comments About 'Parasite' With NSFW Tweet

Chrissy Teigen won't tolerate any racist nonsense.

The mom of two just gave a very NSFW clap back to a TV host whose tweet about the Oscar-winning film Parasite has been deemed as "racist."

This year's Oscars was a *huge* night for the movie, "Parasite."

The South Korean thriller, directed by Bong Joon-ho, took home four major wins, including Best Original Screenplay, Best International Feature Film, and the Academy Award for Best Director.

The critically-acclaimed film also took home the big award for Best Picture of the year.

This made it the first non-English language film in history to win Best Picture.

It beat out other impressive films in the category, such as 1917, Marriage Story, Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood, and Jojo Rabbit.

Since English isn't director Bong's first language, he had a translator up on stage with him to accept the awards.

Some things he did say in English, though, like when he hilariously shared his post-Oscar plans.

He said that he will "drink until next morning" in celebration of all his wins.

English or not, people were happy to hear what he had to say.

That is, except for one person on Twitter: Blaze TV host Jon Miller.

After "Parasite" won Best Original Screenplay, the known Conservative tweeted this:

Since the tweet was viewed as racist, the host quickly tweeted out a clarification tweet:

"These people are obviously not Koreans but those in Hollywood awarding a foreign film that stokes flames of class warfare over 2 films I thought were more deserving simply to show how woke they are," he began.

"That should be clear from the rest of what I tweeted about tonight’s production," he concluded.

YouTube | Jon Miller

However, the damage was already done.

People soon began tweeting their outrage towards the host.

For example, Sleeping Giants, a social media activism organization, tweeted this:

"PS - Sam Mendes isn’t from America either. You can tell by the accent," they added after, referring to the 1917 director.

The main issue people had with Miller's tweet was his use of the words "those people."

"Imagine living such a charmed life that your biggest fear is Korean screenwriters speaking their native language. I wish I had your problems man," this user criticized the host.

Even celebs, such as John Legend, got involved.

Twitter | @millerstream

Legend has been known to speak out about important issues and social injustices.

Fans loved the singer's scathing response.

"DRAG HIM," a user tweeted in response. "Your last name is legend for a reason," added another.

Hours later, even wife Chrissy Teigen gave her two-cents.

Instagram | @chrissyteigen

"What a dumb [expletive] tool you are, your family is embarrassed," she wrote.

"At gatherings they’re literally like “how’s Jon doing that little dumb [expletive] tool” and everyone goes “yeah we don’t care he’s a [expletive] dumb [expletive]” - come say hi if you’re out tonight."

Instagram | @chrissyteigen

Yep, she didn't hold back, and fans immediately backed her up for support and praised her for it.

"It’s truly disgusting to see a Black man using his platform for xenophobia and to further white supremacist rhetoric," tweeted author Frederick Joseph.

Others also encouraged Teigen to "drag him" and said that her tweet "brought fire."

Others, however, had a problem with the model's language:

Twitter | @chrissyteigen

This user also tweeted:

"Welcome to Trump America and Twitter? Foul language to support your point ? This old lady can probably out-cuss you in several languages. Don't need to further debase a conversation in support of a fantastic Oscar win by a South Korean director."

Their criticism prompted a sarcastic response from the clap back queen:

Twitter | @chrissyteigen

Fans had Chrissy's back with this battle, too.

"Racism doesn't deserve politeness," this person tweeted.

So far, Jon Miller has yet to respond to the tweets the married couple made.

Besides, he was too busy getting dragged on Twitter last night, while Chrissy and John partied the night away at the Vanity Fair afterparty.

It just goes to show you that in the end, the good guys always win!